What is Marvel Cinematic Universe?

Marvel Cinematic Universe is a North American film franchise based on the Marvel comics. In general, those films are extremely successful at the box office, and well received by audiences and critics. Since the debut of Iron Man in 2008, Hulk, Thor, Captain America, Black Widow, Hawkeye, Ant-Man, Doctor Strange, Spider-Man, Black Panther, Captain Marvel and many others already appeared in the franchise. Despite the huge budget of each film, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is one of the most profitable franchises in the history.

Marvel Cinematic Universe movies profit

The next list presents the updated Marvel Cinematic Universe films profit. Profit is found by subtracting the Budget from the Box Office. The ROI or Return on Investment refers to the effectiveness of the investment when compared to the profit generated, and is obtained through the following formula: ROI=(Box Office-Budget)/Budget.

1Avengers: Endgame$2,441,800,564686%
2Avengers: Infinity War$1,727,359,754538%
3Marvel's The Avengers$1,298,812,988590%
4Avengers: Age of Ultron$1,152,805,868461%
5Black Panther$1,146,913,161573%
6Iron Man 3$1,014,811,252507%
7Spider-Man: Far From Home$971,927,996607%
8Captain Marvel$968,274,794605%
9Captain America: Civil War$903,296,293361%
10Spider-Man: Homecoming$705,166,924403%
11Thor: Ragnarok$673,977,126374%
12Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2$663,756,051332%
13Guardians of the Galaxy$602,776,600355%
14Captain America: The Winter Soldier$544,421,503320%
15Doctor Strange$512,718,395311%
16Thor: The Dark World$474,783,140279%
17Ant-Man and the Wasp$460,674,139284%
18Iron Man$445,366,247318%
19Iron Man 2$423,933,331212%
22Captain America: The First Avenger$230,569,774165%
23The Incredible Hulk$113,427,55176%